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    Question Find ebook reader for linux named "Reed"

    I am trying to find and ebook reader for Ubuntu et al. I found a 2006 article describing Reed with a write up and alcolades. The links to the program and down load no longer seem valid NOTE: I would like information on where to download the program so I can try it... Any assistance will be much appreciated.

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    Linux Engineer rcgreen's Avatar
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    May 2006
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    I suppose the site is down because ebooks use DRM
    and there is no legal free reader. No doubt that's
    also why ebooks is a dead technology. It's locked in to
    proprietary devices that no one wants to buy. A paperback
    is cheaper. Anyway, it's illegal to crack them.

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    Thank you for the reply... I shouldn't have said ebook specifically. Actually there are several book files that "Reed" would work with including a lot of books in the public domain. When I use windows I use Microsoft Reader to Open the books and I am looking for the same functionality in a Linux program. Reed seemed to be a possibility from the article describing it...

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    REED for Linux


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